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This is the clamping plate that is used on all Kahler locknuts. Locknut clamp plates are affixed on top of the locknut base but first a little education...

This is for a locknut,... NOT a stringlock. Locknuts and stringlocks are two different types of locking devices that do almost the same thing. It goes like this.... locknuts always sit at the end of the fretboard and incorporate the nut (the slotted part on the neck where the string vibration stops). It's both a lock, and a nut... it's a locknut. Stringlocks are slightly different because they are attached to the headstock downhill from the nut and is just the "locking" portion. In other words, they only lock the strings so it's simply called a stringlock. The locknut clamp plate is roof shaped with an offset hole and no threads. The locknut clamplate screws pass through the clamplate and screw into the base. There are 2 possible clamp screw types to choose from. PN# 8440 or PN# 5441